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2016 MILLENNIAL MEMO (July 20, 2016): Keeping tabs on higher education debates

2016 MILLENNIAL MEMO (July 20, 2016) Happy Wednesday, folks. What a whirlwind of a week! Wishing everyone safe travels to/from Cleveland and Philly. Read this week’s roundup to stay in the know about all things 2016, Millennial voters, and higher ed. Feel free …
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Employment Trends of Young Adults over the Last Three Years

      June marked my third anniversary of working at Young Invincibles, and the 36th straight month of digging through the monthly jobs report to highlight young adults and underrepresented minorities’ trends in the workforce. Along the way we’ve …
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2016 MILLENNIAL MEMO (July 14, 2016): Keeping tabs on higher education debates

2016 MILLENNIAL MEMO (July 14, 2016) Good Thursday morning, ladies and gents! Grab the popcorn and set the DVR: we’ve got 2 veep announcements on the way, the RNC in Cleveland next week, and the Democrats’ big celebration scheduled just …
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2016 MILLENNIAL MEMO (July 7, 2016): Keeping tabs on higher education debates

2016 MILLENNIAL MEMO (July 7, 2016) Welcome to this special Thursday edition of Millennial Memo! I hope everyone had a great 4th. We’re just 10 days until Cleveland, 17 days until Philly, and 123 days until Election Day. Get the …
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2016 MILLENNIAL MEMO (June 29, 2016): Keeping tabs on higher education debates

2016 MILLENNIAL MEMO (June 29, 2016)   Good morning, Memo readers. With the June wave of primaries behind us, expect more down ballot races to begin in earnest after the July 4th holiday weekend. We’re just 18 days until the …
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2016 MILLENNIAL MEMO (June 22, 2016): Keeping tabs on higher education debates

2016 MILLENNIAL MEMO (June 22, 2016) Happy hump day, Memo readers! Welcome to summer: when DC heat becomes oppressive and seasonal showers result in flooded metro stations. With just 25 days until Cleveland and 32 days until Philadelphia, veep scouting …
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Tepid May jobs report underscores need for innovation and reform

  Looking at some of the headlines for the May jobs report, you’d think America’s employment situation is in rough shape. After all, the economy added only 38,000 jobs, the slowest growth since 2010. Some speculated that Fed Chair Janet …
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Every Pride Month, We Stand 

Share Buttonby YI Staff We are reeling, and heartbroken, from Sunday’s horrifying events in Florida. Young Invincibles sends our deepest condolences to the victims’ families, loved ones, and their community in Orlando and beyond. We are thinking of our LGBTQIA constituents …
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Young Invincibles' Statement on Department of Education's Move to Revoke Accreditation Power From ACICS

Share ButtonFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 15, 2016 Contact: Sarah Schultz, Sarah.Schultz@YoungInvincibles.org, 202-734-6510 WASHINGTON — After the release of a recommendation from the Department of Education’s annual accreditation review to remove the accrediting powers of the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools, Rory …
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2016 MILLENNIAL MEMO (June 15, 2016): Keeping tabs on higher education debates

2016 MILLENNIAL MEMO (June 15, 2016) Hope you all are making it through this tough week okay — I know it’s been a sad one. Please find this week’s edition of Millennial Memo below. Stay in the know by signing …
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